Would you??

MelanieJoyce

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Would you buy a Speedy 35 Azur for $300? The only problem is that it's scuffed on the bottom. Like someone took sandpaper and ran in across the bottom. Is it too much for a throw around summer bag?

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Calvin7592

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Do you have pictures?? If it is only on the bottom I don't think it's too expensive... Azur is light so the scratches might not show as much. Maybe talk them down to $250?
 

MDNA

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Scuffed on the piping or canvas? I am very picky when it comes to things like that so my answer would be N.O.
 

MelanieJoyce

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Is the canvas torn at all? If so, then I would consider it as the bag can never be repaired by LV then.
The canvas is not torn. The bag is in great condition except for a scuff on the canvas. it is about 4 inches, but you cant see it obviously if it's right side up.

I found it on Craigslist, San Antonio, TX. :biggrin:
 

LV_infatuated

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im too OCD to consider bags with flaws like that but you're the one that's buying. if its your throw around bag and the canvas is not damage, then like the poster b4 suggested..ask for a discount.
 

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You can get a preloved in great condition for a nice price if you search. Not $300 nice, but you can find one that's not damaged and still save money off of retail.
 
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No, I wouldn't settle for it. Scout for other bags that have less of an 'injury.' For a little more, you could get one in better condition.
 

LVlvoe_bug

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I would say no if the canvas is scuffed. If its on the bottom can you see it when it's being carried? The handles look pretty dark as well......